A Low-Cost Vehicular Infrastructure of Monitoring and Communicating Information for Intelligent Transport Systems
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Copyright: © 2020 Daniel Rodrigues, Jessica Nayara Severino, Andre Luis Cristiani, Fabiano Tadeu Mathias Costa, Luis Hideo Vasconcelos Nakamura and Rodolfo Ipolito Meneguette. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
Currently, vehicles have a very large range of sensors and actuators, capable of not only sensing the condition of vehicles but also the environment around them. The information from these sensors can be used for various services in which they can bring greater comfort, safety and entertainment to the passengers and conductors of the vehicle. However, the great challenge lies in the abstraction and propagation of this information to a service center or to an application in a secure and accessible way to all users. Thus, with the objective of developing low-cost information abstraction devices accessible to all, we propose the development of an architecture that will perform the capture of vehicular data through an electric circuit proposed, as well as the propagation of this information through a web service of monitoring school vans that can be accessed through an application focused on smartphones. To verify the functioning of this architecture we use our monitoring of school vans system as a case study.
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